Drac was NOT the bad guy, Mavis acted like a bratty entitled rich kid, and Johnny lost all character. I didn't think it was possible for Johnny to devolve into a completely self-centered, greedy idiot. Yeah, he was dumb in the first 3, but also funny and loving and had had character development. His behavior in the first 20 mins of this pretend Hotel Transylvania was horrific - his "Johnny Takeover" of Drac's party must of been the brainchild of a drunken psychopath instead of the Johnny we know and love. The real Johnny would not have planned to completely take over and disregard something Drac had meticulously planned and looked forward to for weeks, especially when it was a party for Drac. His behavior, not the expository dialogue used to try to make it about him being accepted as family (which had already been done in the first 3), indicated someone who was ecstatic to be handed something they hadn't worked for on a golden platter for the "greatest Johnny Takeover". So disrespectful of Drac's feelings and hard work. No wonder Drac was hesitant to give him his life's work. He and Mavis (for the most part) acted entitled and whiny; like rich kids who've lived off their rich parents and played up to them in full expectation of being in the will. Drac didn't owe them anything. Johnny lost all previous maturity and Mavis fully supported him being irresponsible and rude. They tried to make it about Johnny just being himself. There's a difference between being yourself and demanding others let you live off and walk all over them. Shut up, Mavis. Maybe say thanks to your Dad for loving and caring for you and your (in this movie) delinquent husband and encourage your husband to become a better man (more like the previous movies). Oh, and real mature always screaming "This is all your fault!" You didn't even worry about your dad being human.